March 31, 2010
12 policemen are dead and more than twenty people injured after twin explosions a city in Russia’s southern republic of Dagestan. The republic’s in the North Caucasus, from where militants are thought to have orchestrated Monday’s suicide bombings in Moscow.
Dagestan Explosion: New blasts rock Russia two days after Moscow metro bombing – 12 policemen dead
Police, civilians killed as two blasts hit South Russia town
31 March, 2010, 09:41
Two blasts have taken place near a school in the city of Kizlyar in Russia’s Southern Republic of Dagestan. At least eleven people, including the local police chief, are reported killed.
Russian news agencies report that the explosion took place on Moskovskaya Street, near Kizlyar School No 1 and the headquarters of the local police and security service. A moving car exploded early in the morning, when there were no children in the school.
Deaths in North Caucasus blasts
Al Jazeera English
March 31, 2010
At least twelve people have been killed and another 18 injured in two bomb blasts in Russia’s volatile North Caucasus region, just days after a deadly attack on Moscow’s transport network.
The first blast occured in the town of Kizlyar in the southern province of Dagestan on Wednesday morning, when car bomb near a school was detonated, killing two police officers.
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First video of Dagestan twin blasts aftermath
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